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Custom Connector: Extending your Power Apps using Azure Function and OpenAPI – Part One - 365 Community

Custom Connector: Extending your Power Apps using Azure Function and OpenAPI – Part One

As I am a big fan of Azure services and in particular Azure Functions, I recently focused my attention on the possibility to create a custom connector from an Azure service. Indeed, the field of possibilities becomes unlimited once you are able to add an abstraction layer between two services with a custom connector to provide Power Platform makers what they need to take their Power Apps to…

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Custom Connector: Extending your Power Apps using Azure Function and OpenAPI – Part One

As I am a big fan of Azure services and in particular Azure Functions, I recently focused my attention on the possibility to create a custom connector from an Azure service.

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